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The Weld Community Foundation, whose origins date back over 25 years, is a pool of charitable funds invested for the community's future, and a source of grants for key community projects.

Throughout those years, the Community Foundation has helped to enhance the quality of life in our area by reinvesting more than $8.5 million back into the community in the form of charitable grants, scholarships and project expenses.

Recent News from Weld Community Foundation


Not just a physical health threat, the COVID-19 pandemic has profound effect on daily lives of older ...
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And, United Way and Weld Community Foundation have provided Weld Recovers Fund grant money to help 60+ Ride pay for groceries for...more

Weld Recovers donates $63544 to 10 nonprofits for COVID-19 relief
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The fund was created in March by the United Way of Weld County and the Weld Community Foundation. Twenty-six local organizations have...more

Weld community foundation awards grants to 8 teachers

GREELEY — The Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County has awarded grants totaling more than $8,500 to eight Weld...more

Brigit's Bounty: Frederick church grows its community outreach in this garden
Foundation: Weld Community Foundation

Going forward, a grant for greenhouse renovation from the Weld Community Foundation will extend the garden's growing season and expand...more



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